Bioenergetics Shared Resource
The MCW Cancer Center Bioenergetics Shared Resource is dedicated to cancer research through the utilization of cutting-edge technology to advance the field. The resource focuses on using in vitro techniques to measure different metabolic rates and to develop new drugs in cancer cell treatment.
Free Radical Research Center
The purpose of the Free Radical Research Center is to promote and stimulate free radical research at MCW, to help acquire increased NIH and other extramural funding for MCW researchers engaged in free radical and nitric-oxide-related research, and to promote increased collaborations in free radical research between basic scientists and clinical researchers.
National Biomedical EPR Center
The mission of the National Biomedical EPR Center is to make advanced EPR research resources available to investigators locally, regionally, and nationally. The National Biomedical EPR Center, supported by grant no. P41 EB001980 from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB/NIH), provides core support in five areas:
- Technical Research & Development
Redox Biology Program
The mission of the Redox Biology Program is to foster communication and an exchange of expertise among a broad, interdisciplinary group of clinicians and basic science researchers in the spirit of collaborative research.
Other MCW Research Centers
Biophysics faculty also participate in these MCW research centers: